Fox Creek Plantation
Lee County, Georgia⁞2286± ACRES
One of the finest, most diverse all-around hunting plantations and turnkey properties in Southwest Georgia
- 2,286.62-acre Turn-key Plantation, Lee County, GA
- Beautiful 75+/- ac. Lake, One of Area’s Biggest
- 15 +/- acre Lake at Lodge
- 2 Miles of Frontage on Fox Creek
- Over 50 years of Wild Quail Management
- No. 1 County in GA for Trophy Bucks
- Turn-Key, w/ Equipment, Birddogs, Horses, Furnishings, etc.
- Managed Under Proven “Tecomate Trophy Management System” by Tecomate Biologists
- 75+/- acres Year-Round Tecomate Food Plots
- 150+/- acres Targeted “Wildlife-Friendly” Ag Crops
- Strategic Prescribed Burning & Timber Thinning
- Tecomate Biologist Available for Continued Management
- World-Class Hunting (finest South has to offer):
- World-Class Bobwhite Quail & Trophy Whitetails
- Plus, Excellent Turkey, Dove & Duck Hunting
- Classic Southern Lodge Overlooking 15-ac. Lake
- 2,900 Sq. Ft., 4 BR, 4.5 BA
- Vaulted Ceilings, Hardwood Floors, 2 Fireplaces
- Large Mud/Gun Room
- Stone Back Patio w/ Fire Pit
- Separate 450 Sq. Ft. Guest Cabin w/Carport
- Other Buildings
- Restored Historic Cottage w/ Large Screened-In Porch Overlooking 75-ac. Lake
- Equipment Shed & Enclosed Shop
- 12-Run Kennel & 6-Stall Stable
- Manager & Tenant Homes
- Office & Pole Barn
- 70% Fertile Upland Soils
- 225+/- acres of Ag Fields & Tecomate Food Plots
- Irrigation Pipe From 75-ac. Lake to Several Ag Fields
- $1.5M+/- Timber Value
- 20-Plus Miles of Maintained Roads
- Surrounded by Large Properties - Other Nearby Plantations – Senah, Mossy Dell, Chokee, Wilmar and Pretty Pond
- Distance from Plantation to: Atlanta 2.6 hrs., Macon 1.5 hrs., Leesburg 15 min., Americus 20 min., Albany 35 min., I75, 40 min.
- No Conservation Easements
A Special Place
Located in the famed Albany “Plantation Belt” just north of Albany in Lee County, Fox Creek Plantation’s reputation as one of area’s finest quail hunting properties goes back over 100 years and continues so today. Fox Creek is also home to some of the best turkey, dove and, most notably, deer hunting in the South and sports big lakes with world-class bass fishing potential. The Plantation really has it all – well-managed woodlands, fertile Tifton soils (some of South’s best), over 70% uplands, 10% ag lands, big lakes, perfectly suited facilities, great neighbors and aesthetics galore. No matter the passion, this large, diverse Plantation is truly a “Sportsman’s Dream.”
Fox Creek is most renowned as a classic Southwest Georgia “Quail Plantation,” with open pine uplands interspersed with quail plots and strips and ag fields in corn and milo. The quail uplands are edged by ribbons of hardwoods and creek bottoms, favored haunts of deer and turkeys. The trademark “bobwhite” whistle rings through the early morning woods in every corner of the Plantation. In the fall, quail hunters course the woodlands and fields on quail wagons as birddogs sweep for quail and lock up proudly on tail-high points. Excitement runs high as hunters slowly move up behind the pointing dogs in breathless anticipation of the coming explosion of wingshooting’s most exciting moment, a bobwhite covey rise.
Georgia’s Best Bucks
Lee County and its neighbor to the east, Worth County, share the title of “Georgia’s Top Trophy Buck County.” This is partly attributable to great genetics from the stocking of big Northern deer back in the 1950s, when few native Southern deer were present to “dilute” the Northern genetics. Combine extraordinary genetics with fertile soils, excellent native habitat, great bonus nutrition provided by abundant ag crops, large landholdings, and a unique regional hunting ethic, and it’s easy to see why Lee and Worth counties are top trophy producers year after year. Though Fox Creek Plantation already has a history of big bucks, under the Tecomate Management System the sky’s the limit with the huge nutritional boast provided by 225+/- acres of targeted ag fields and high-protein Tecomate food plots. Already, Tecomate biologists are amazed by the number and quality of bucks, some trophy class, showing up in the early stages of management. In a couple more years, we expect to grow more and bigger bucks than once thought possible in the South.
Water, Water Everywhere
Fox Creek Plantation is very well-watered by numerous hammock ponds, small streams, over two miles of Fox Creek and two large lakes. The Lodge Lake, located just behind the lodge, is big at 15 acres, but beautiful Fox Creek Lake is a whopping 75 acres, one of the largest private lakes in the area. The lakes and many small ponds attract lots of ducks in the fall and winter, providing excellent duck hunting. With management, both lakes on the Plantation can offer excellent bass and other fishing opportunities. Indeed, 75-acre Fox Creek Lake has everything it takes to become a trophy bass lake.
Classic Plantation Lodge & Facilities
The classic Southern lodge is perfectly suited for the Plantation and is laid out for comfort and entertainment. A large living room with vaulted ceiling and hardwood floors adjoins a spacious dining room and recently renovated kitchen. Four bedrooms (total of 8 beds), 4½ baths, a large mud/gunroom and a stone back patio overlooking the 15-acre Lodge Lake and a separate guest cottage with 2 beds and bath provide ample accommodations for groups or family and friends. On the north shore of the 75-acre lake, a charming restored sharecropper cottage with a large screened-in porch offers stunning lake and sunset views and a relaxing place to enjoy picnics and sundowners. On the south shore, a spectacular homesite overlooking the lake has already cleared and prepped for a dream lodge or home. Fox Creek is fully equipped for Plantation management and activities – 12-run kennel, 6-stall stable, manager’s house, tenant’s house, barn and equipment shed/enclosed shop PLUS an array of necessary farm equipment and tools, nearly all of which conveys.
Location and More
Fox Creek is in good company – other nearby well-known Plantations include Senah, Mossy Dell, Chokee, Wilmar and Pretty Pond. Unlike many renowned Plantations, Fox Creek escaped damage from Hurricane Michael. Nearby towns are Albany (35 min.), Americus (20 min.) and Leesburg (15 min.); majors cities are Atlanta (2.6 hrs.) and Macon (1.5 hrs.). Fox Creek is just a few short hours from the beaches of Georgia and north Florida.
There is no conservation easement on the property. Other than three horses, which will convey, no livestock is on the Plantation. The only fences on the property are in association with the facilities and adjacent horse pasture. Plantation birddogs (7) will convey. Some income is produced from timber harvests and ag leases. A recent timber cruise and other pertinent property information is available for serious inquiries